Author: Daniel Robinson

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City still seeking public input for public art at downtown’s northern gateway

Harrisonburg has been gathering input for the last month about ideas regarding a sculpture where Liberty and Main streets connect on the north end of downtown. And the city will continue to collect ideas from members of the public through August, including through an online survey. 

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Public safety agencies seek to attract needed reinforcements

With about 20 open positions in Harrisonburg Police Department and the fire department preparing to add a new station, the city is trying a host of strategies to attract new applicants for first responder jobs.

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Cat’s Cradle landed additional money in as part of a national grant. Here’s how it’s using the funds.

Cat’s Cradle got a boost heading into this year to help cover veterinary and other costs for preparing cats for adoption after PetSmart’s national charity organization reached out to offer some additional money beyond what the organization requested.

With a new name and broader scope, organization aims to help Valley entrepreneurs build their dreams

Hillary Hamman, owner of The Quirky Closet, a plus size women’s clothing boutique in Winchester, received a loan in late 2021 to help fund a new brick-and-mortar location on Loudon Street after a leak in the original location at on East Boscawen Street. 

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